Bayern Munich beat RB Salzburg 7-1 to progress to the quarter-finals of the Champions League, with Robert Lewandowski scoring the fastest hat-trick in the history of the competition.
The striker scored a 22-minute hat-trick in the second leg of the clash at the Allianz Arena.
The 33-year-old gave his side the lead from a spot-kick in the 12th minute, and followed it up with another penalty after he was brought down in the box by Maximilian Wober. He got his hat-trick soon after and set a new Champions League record.
Salzburg were made to pay for their defensive errors throughout the game – a start contrast from the team that held Bayern to a 1-1 draw in the first leg.
Bayern: Neuer (7), Pavard (6), Sule (8), Hernandez (7), Kimmich (7), Musiala (8), Gnabry (8), Muller (9), Sane (9), Coman (8), Lewandowski (10).
Subs: Sarr (6), Upamecano (5), Choupo-Moting (5), Roca (6), Nianzou (6).
RB Salzburg: Kohn (4), Kristensen (5), Solet (3), Wober (2), Ulmer (4), Capaldo (4), Camara (3), Seiwald (4), Aaronson (6), Adamu (4), Adeyemi (4).
Subs: Piatkowski (4), Sucic (4), Kjaergaard (6), Sesko (4), Tijani (4).